Republican governors have urged President Joe Biden to “provide honest, accurate and detailed information” about where his administration resettles the tens of thousands of border crossers and illegal aliens released into the U.S. each month. ”.
in letter To Mr. Biden: Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte (R), along with 24 other Republican governors, has joined millions of illegals who have entered American communities since Mr. Biden took office in early 2021. They are asking Mr. Biden to reveal the location of those staying in the country.
“Since you took office, more than 5.8 million illegal border crossings have occurred at our southern border. Additionally, Customs and Border Protection estimates that 1.6 million border crossers have evaded arrest,” the governor said. writing.
Even illegal border crossings at our northern border have increased sharply under your administration, by nearly 850% in some areas. In the past two years, 244 people on the terrorist watch list have been stopped attempting to cross the southern border, an all-time record. However, due to your administration’s lack of transparency, we cannot know how many terrorists have evaded arrest and are now moving freely through the country. Your administration acknowledged in its oath to Congress that cartels prioritize our southern border as a major corridor, using it every day for human and drug trafficking. Our nation cannot tolerate the 100,000 deaths each year caused by the fentanyl crisis fueled by cartels that funnel the deadly drug into communities, and the horrors of human trafficking and the life it leaves its victims. I also cannot accept the scars that cover my body. [Emphasis added]
We remain committed to addressing these issues, but states cannot afford to respond to challenges of this scale while the federal government continues to turn a blind eye. Analysts estimate that the annual net cost of illegal immigration at the federal, state, and local levels is at least $150.7 billion.States are required to provide economic, educational, and medical support to immigrants who enter our country illegally.– Record inflation and an unprecedented influx of immigrants into the state are driving up support costs. The financial impact on states has been staggering, and hard-working citizens are shouldering the burden. [Emphasis added]
Specifically, governors need to know which undocumented immigrants arrive at the border, where in the interior of the United States they are transferred to, how exactly the federal government processes their asylum claims, and if they do apply for asylum. They want to know all the information about whether or not they will be deported. Found to be invalid.
“Without such information, we cannot fulfill our fundamental duty to protect the public while providing adequate services to our communities,” they wrote.
Other signatories to this letter are:
Governor Mike Dunleavy (Alaska), Governor Kay Ivey (Alabama), Governor Sarah Sanders (Arkansas), Governor Ron DeSantis (Florida), Governor Brian Kemp (Georgia), Governor Kim Reynolds ( Governor Brad Little (Idaho), Governor Eric Holcomb (Indiana), Governor Tate Reeves (Michigan), Governor Mike Parson (Missouri), Governor Jim Pillen (Nebraska), Governor Doug Burgum (North Dakota), Governor Chris Sununu (New Hampshire), Governor Joe Lombardo (Nevada), Governor Mike DeWine (Ohio), Governor Kevin Stitt (Oklahoma), Henry McMaster. Governor (South Carolina), Governor Kristi Noem (South Carolina), Governor Bill Lee (Tennessee), Governor Greg Abbott (Texas), Governor Spencer Cox (Utah), Governor Glenn Youngkin (Virginia). ), Governor Jim Justice (West Virginia), and Governor Mark Gordon (Wyoming).
Most recently, Homeland Security Inspector General Joseph Cafari revealed that the Biden administration has lost track of nearly two in 10 border crossers and illegal aliens released into the U.S. interior. .
Biden’s Department of Homeland Security will continue to release border crossers and illegal aliens into U.S. society, ensuring that asylum seekers will not be heard by federal immigration judges for 10 years in some cities. are doing.
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